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500 Ballparks takes a look at the history of baseball and its beloved architecture from its earliest beginnings until today. At 11.8" x8.6', and weighing 4 1/2 lbs, this book is a huge and stunning addition to any baseball lover's coffee table!
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New This Week:
Home of the
San Angelo Colts
San Angelo TX
(independent minor lg)
Running a little behind this week as we bring you live from Texas... Crutcher Scott Field! Our 60th NCAA Division I baseball stadium gallery! This 4,000 seat ballpark was home for 6 years to the Texas-Louisiana League's (and the NAL's) minor league Abilene Prairie Dogs. Crutcher Scott Field however is most notable for it's home team... the Abilene Christian University Wildcats. After appearing in 9 NCAA Division II post-seasons (winning 5 of them), this ballpark and university was upgraded to NCAA-Division I Baseball playing in the Southland Division. Now that we've seen two ballparks in a row from the now defunct Texas-Lousiana / Central Baseball League, we have a new index of that league's history here!
New Last Week:
CRUTCHER SCOTT FIELD
Home of the
NCAA Division I
Abilene Christian University Wildcats
Former Home of the Abilene Prairie Dogs
(North American Lg)